Explore Chilean politics from independence to the present, and witness firsthand the forces that have shaped Chilean politics and challenge its society today.
Discover the ancient Incan Civilization in its former capital Cusco, Peru through first hand anthropological research and visits to historical Andean sites. and visits to historical Andean sites.
Gain first-hand knowledge, connections, and international work experience through an academic internship in Singapore.
Journey to Barcelona and investigate the effects of migration in Western Europe and the United States before and after September 11, 2001.
Broaden your architecture experience by stepping into a town where culture, food, ritual, and environment significantly impact urban design.
Examine the drivers of business innovation, while exploring issues of sustainability, labor, stakeholder responsibility and impact from a business perspective, and assessing those same issues from the NGO and governmental perspective.
This four week travel/study course focuses on legacies of war, exemplary moments of peaceful coexistence, and historical challenges to peace in the former Yugoslavia over the 20th century.
Introduce yourself to the cultural and political identity of the Low Countries—the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg, three contrasting monarchies in the heart of Europe.
Learn how to use geographic information systems (GIS) in the peaceful, culturally rich, and biodiverse country of Bhutan in the Himalayan Mountains, where progress is measured in Gross National Happiness.
Experience the historic and ever-changing city of Havana and examine Cuba's revolutionary tradition on a multi-city trip across the island.
Experience a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to interact with multiple indigenous groups and see parts of Ecuador that are not available to traditional tourists.
Through this hands-on class, get behind the scene of Atitlan tourist paradise and explore the Atitlan lake and watershed ecological processes and their connections to social and political realities.
Explore the diverse cultural and natural landscapes of the Peruvian highlands. Based in Cuzco, the program includes trips to Machu Picchu and Lake Titicaca.
Discover the many lessons we can take home from Barcelona on housing development and neighborhood regeneration efforts.
Poverty is a global problem that international organizations seek to ameliorate. Learn why poverty persists and how international organizations intervene to help in poor countries.
Consider how men and women communicate as you engage with culture, art, history, and the city of London.
Learn why some European cities are way ahead of U.S. cities in sustainable development and design.
Journey through two European countries famous for their trend setting historical and contemporary art, architecture and design.
Weaving lectures, walking tours, and short daily trips into one, this program in Paris presents a two-fold approach to the histories of the kingdom of France in the Middle Ages and the early modern period.
Explore ancient Greece through a combination of classical archaeological site visits, lectures, and the works of Homer, Plato, Sophocles, and Aristophanes.
Explore the city of Rome and learn about its ancient history and monuments.
From the ecological preservation of jungle and reef habitats to the ongoing quest for indigenous Chamorro self-determination, students will receive training in and everyday exposure to the social movements of Guam, the Mariana Islands, and the wider Asia-Pacific.
Take courses in German art, culture, and history as you move from Vienna to Munich and on to Berlin.
Examine the individual systems of government in Britain, the Netherlands and France and the role played by these countries in world politics.
Explore the world's most cosmopolitan city and study the architecture of contemporary global governance and its premier international institution--the United Nations.
By interacting directly with activists and their organizations in Rio de Janeiro and Salvador, students gain insight on (1) social problems affecting Black and impoverished communities, and (2) the process by which emerge the responses generated within such communities to address the problems.
UC San Diego
Learn about and experience the ground breaking work of Australian neurobiologists as you visit scientific laboratories and explore museums throughout Sydney.
Explore psychopharmacology and neuroscience from antiquity to modern times and investigate the origins of modern pharmacology and medicine in ancient Greece.
This Global Seminar focuses on the history, contradictions, and legacy of the Bauhaus School and its underlying philosophy as a lens into the larger International Style in architecture and planning across the world.
In the classroom (in a beautiful colonial neighborhood in the southern part of the city) you will learn all about modern Mexican history, from the Mexican Revolution’s calls for economic and social justice to the dilemmas of post-revolutionary nation-building and the nation’s contemporary social and political challenges.
This program offers an ideal environment for students to combine a deep acquaintance with South African history with a well-structured sojourn into the cultural life of a sophisticated African city.
Often referred to as “the Athens of the North” because of its rich intellectual tradition in the arts, humanities, and sciences, Edinburgh is the second most visited city in the United Kingdom.
UC Santa Cruz
The Food Study Field Study in Perugia, Italy, will bring food and methods together by offering students two courses – Anthropology of Food and Workshop in Ethnography.
Explore politics and urban space in Berlin and Prague.